Parents want home-based teaching and learning as Covid-19 cases rise


PETALING JAYA: With more schools reporting cases of Covid-19, parents want to revert to home-based teaching and learning (PdPR).

While they agree that this mode of teaching and learning may not be suitable for all students, they feel it is better than subjecting their children to the threat of contracting the virus.

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